Fujikura 80S optical fiber fusion splicer machine

 


World’s quickest splicing 7sec./tube-heating 14sec.

Minimal manual operation.splice in 4 steps.

Multi-functional carrying case with integrated work station.

Absolute robustness
 

SPECIFICATIONS

Applicable fibers

Single / SMF (G.652/657), MMF (G.651), DSF (G.653), NZDSF (G.655)

Cladding dia.

80-150um

Cleave length

5mm to 16mm with sheath clamp

Splice mode / heating mode

Total 100 splice modes / 30 heating modes

Splice loss

0.02dB (SM), 0.01dB (MM), 0.04dB (DSF) and 0.04dB (NZDS)
Measured by cut-back method relevant to ITU-T and IEC standards.

Splice time / tube heating time

Typical 7sec with SM / Typical 14sec with FP-03 (60mm) sleeve

Splice result storage

Last 2000 splices

Viewing methods / magnification

2 axis CMOS camera with 4.73” color LCD.

X / Y (320X magnification), or both X and Y simultaneously (200X magnification)

Tension test

1.96 to 2.25N

Applicable protection sleeve

60mm, 40mm and Fujikura micro sleeves

No. of splice / heating per battery full charge

Typical 200 cycles with BTR-09

Electrode life

3000 splices

Size / weight

146W x 159D x 150H (mm) / 2.7kg (including battery)

Operating condition

Altitude : 0 to 5,000m above sea level, Wind : 15m/sec

Temperature : -10 to 50deg C, Humidity : 0 to 95%RH, non-dew

Resistance features*1

Shock : 76cm(30inch) all surface drop

Dust : Exposure to dust (0.1 to 500μm dia Alumina Silicate), IP5X

Rain : H=10mm/hr for 10min, IPX2

Other features

PC software upgrade / data management

Terminals

USB 2.0 (Mini-B type) connector for PC communication.

6-pin Mini-DIN connector for HJS-02 or HJS-03 power supply.

*1:Carried out in Fujikura labs in Japan. The shock resistance, dust resistance and rain resistance test do not guarantee that the product will not be damaged under these conditions